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Peter Richardson takes a nap in the dressing room

Peter Richardson 1931-2017

Former England batsman Richardson dies

Peter Richardson, the former Worcestershire and Kent batsman who played 34 Tests for England, has died aged 85

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Mitchell Santner plays a one-handed drive

County news

Santner returns for 'unfinished business'

Mitchell Santner will re-join Worcestershire next season with his director of cricket, Steve Rhodes, affirming that he has some "some unfinished business" at New Road

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Rilee Rossouw looks to lap the ball

County news

County ins and outs 2017

ESPNcricinfo keeps tabs on the movement between counties ahead of the 2017 season

ECB Reporters Network

Wayne Madsen made 50

Worcestershire v Derbyshire, Specsavers Championship Div Two, New Road, 4th day

Madsen saves face but Derbyshire finish on a low note

For the first time in 92 years Derbyshire finished a County Championship season without a single victory after losing to Worcestershire by nine wickets

ECB Reporters Network

Harvey Hosein took a record-breaking seven catches on debut

Worcestershire v Derbyshire, Specsavers Championship Div 2, New Road, 3rd day

Hosein ton restates potential after Derbyshire swoop for Wilson

Harvey Hosein scored his maiden County Championship century but Derbyshire were forced to follow on after another impressive performance with the ball by Worcestershire paceman Joe Leach at New Road

ECB Reporters Network

Joe Clarke pulls during his innings of 135

Worcestershire v Derbyshire, Specsavers Championship Div 2, New Road, 2nd day

Clarke's best gives Worcestershire the whip hand

Joe Clarke achieved his career-best score and Joe Leach a first century for three years as Worcestershire's batsmen dominated a rain-truncated second day

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Joe Clarke pulls during his innings of 135

Worcestershrie v Derbyshire, Specsavers Championship Div 2, New Road, 1st day

Clarke ton keeps Derbyshire at arm's length

Joe Clarke gave another example of his blossoming potential with a sixth first-class hundred of the season for Worcestershire on day one